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Contents via Wikipedia
  • 1Term
  • 2Definitions
  • 3Microeconomics
  • 3.1Markets
  • 3.2Production, cost, and efficiency
  • 3.3Specialization
  • 3.4Supply and demand
  • 3.5Firms
  • 3.6Uncertainty and game theory
  • 3.7Market failure
  • 3.8Public sector
  • 4Macroeconomics
  • 4.1Growth
  • 4.2Business cycle
  • 4.3Unemployment
  • 4.4Inflation and monetary policy
  • 4.5Fiscal policy
  • 5International economics
  • 6Development economics
  • 7Economic systems
  • 8Practice
  • 8.1Theory
  • 8.2Empirical investigation
  • 8.3Profession
  • 9Related subjects
  • 10History
  • 10.1Classical political economy
  • 10.2Marxism
  • 10.3Neoclassical economics
  • 10.4Keynesian economics
  • 10.5Chicago school of economics
  • 10.6Other schools and approaches
  • 11Agreements
  • 12Criticisms
  • 12.1General criticisms
  • 12.2Criticisms of assumptions
  • 13See also
  • 14Notes
  • 15References
  • 16Further reading
  • 17External links
​Economics (/ɛkəˈnɒmɪks, iːkə-/) is the social science that studies the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services.
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